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Journal-isms in the Media

Journal-isms in the Media

Richard’s column also appears on TheRoot.com.
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Journal-isms in the Media

Journal-isms in the Media

For 13 years, Richard Prince has authored the three-times-a-week online column “Journal-isms”‘ to show how journalism shapes, or is shaped by, diversity.
Latest entries
Journalists Claim Abuse at Inauguration

Journalists Claim Abuse at Inauguration

Suit says cops laughed at newsmen’s humiliation; ‘Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia’; anti-black racism elevated as topic among Latinos; female Wall St. Journal reporters press diversity; critic’s take on Chicago violence causes backlash; Consensus: Senate health bill would be a setback; who speaks for Muslims? non-Muslim journalists; who illegally shot video inside Cosby courtroom?;...
Black Lives Abroad Matter, Too

Black Lives Abroad Matter, Too

Scant coverage for 3,300 killed in Congo; anger at system after release of dash-cam video; JAY-Z keeps copy editors on their toes; news outlets press for identifying Cosby jurors; Pimentel is editorial page editor in San Antonio; Mexican journalists say their phones spy on them; 'a queer black woman’ saved conservative’s life; TV chooses white...
Rural America Wants Respect From Media

Rural America Wants Respect From Media

News industry leaders not surprised by poll; Natives undeterred on offensive trademarks; in S. Dakota, another reason for diverse voices; lawyer: Prosecution bungled Philando Castle case; Cosby conspiracy theory makes mainstream; Univision a striking eample of meeting the moment; some litigate London mosque's past behavior (6/19/17)
Miami Herald Backs Trump on Cuba

Miami Herald Backs Trump on Cuba

Others call new policy counterproductive; an appeal for calm after Minnesota verdict; administration cutting back on rights enforcement; Mayor Landrieu says he could have black blood; how false tweets blew a story out of control; Cliff Harrington named editor in Rock Hill, S.C.; how to fix journalism’s broken hiring process; nominate a diversity-friendly J-educator this...